What do UW-Green Bay students do on a cold February Weekend? Marketing and Communication intern Cheyenne Makinia captured three great choices on camera recently: A beautiful winter walk, attendance and participation at the Phoenix women’s basketball Pink Zone game, and a little broomball action outside of the University Union.
UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will shed light on the story of an elite group of female fighter pilots beginning Thursday, Feb. 27, presenting “Censored on Final Approach” in the Jean Weidner Theatre at the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts.
UW-Green Bay’s student veterans and military service members now have their own space to be “at ease,” thanks to a new dedicated space bearing the military-inspired moniker. The At Ease Veteran & Service Member Student Lounge was dedicated Friday, Feb. 14 before a standing room-only crowd on the lower concourse of Mary Ann Cofrin Hall.
The week Feb. 3-7 was designated as Go Red for Women Week at UW-Green Bay. The national observance is a way to spread information about women’s significant risk for heart disease. Campus activities included the Go Red Poker Walk, a heart-healthy cooking demonstration, a “wear red day,” fitness activities and free blood pressure screenings. Click […]
Natural and Applied Sciences honored some seriously smart students Friday, Feb. 7, presenting nearly $16,000 in scholarships to 15 students during an afternoon reception. Flanked by parents, faculty members and donors, students were recognized for top-notch grades, outstanding scholarship, innovative research and overall academic excellence.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay will continue a longstanding musical tradition Saturday, Feb. 1, presenting Jazz Fest XLIV on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. This annual educational and performance event will culminate in a public concert at 4 p.m. that day in the Cofrin Family (main) hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. Since […]
The University Union was the setting last Friday (Jan. 24) for the 2014 version of the annual UW-Green Bay Faculty Development Conference. The always well-attended event attracted registrations from educators across the state in addition to UW-Green Bay participants, as is customary. Following opening remarks by Prof. Jennifer Lanter of the Center for the Advancement […]
Hundreds of Brown County residents shared a vision for peace Saturday, Jan. 18 during the annual Community Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday. Held at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and presented in conjunction with UW-Green Bay, St. Norbert College and other community partners, the 19th annual celebration featured music, reflections and tributes to the great Civil Rights leader.
Despite the cold temperatures and some other unanticipated challenges, 28 UW-Green Bay students made the very best of the circumstances and contributed upwards of a thousand hours of volunteer labor to the Wake County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. The group’s indomitable spirit, good cheer, outstanding work ethic and brave resiliency earned them a great reputation in their host community in North Carolina.
Monday’s mid-day temperature of about minus-15°F put January 6, 2014 into the record books as one of the coldest days ever. At UW-Green Bay, staff photographer Eric Miller snapped a few shots of the cold, blue skies from inside the Cofrin Library. From some windows, the camera captured a frozen landscape and ice-covered bay. From […]